A screen grab from Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen’s Art at a Time Like This website. Photo: Art at a Time Like This A screen grab from Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen’s Art at a Time Like This website. Photo: Art at a Time Like This
A screen grab from Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen’s Art at a Time Like This website. Photo: Art at a Time Like This
Enid Tsui
Opinion

Opinion

The Collector by Enid Tsui

Art in the time of coronavirus captures our dystopian reality, highlights potential of the digital world

  • Independent artists are tapping the internet’s limitless potential for post-pandemic posterity
  • Non-commercial social media accounts allow for a rotating display of works and voices, rather than a single authority

A screen grab from Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen’s Art at a Time Like This website. Photo: Art at a Time Like This A screen grab from Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen’s Art at a Time Like This website. Photo: Art at a Time Like This
A screen grab from Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen’s Art at a Time Like This website. Photo: Art at a Time Like This
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